If you’re an A/P manager located in the Pacific Southwest, chances are you’re doing pretty well for yourself.
At least according to IOMA’s Accounts Payable Compensation Report 2010 you are. The survey, which gathered responses from A/P pros all over the country, found that A/P managers in the Pacific Southwest (CA, NV and HI) have the highest average salary at $80,068.
That’s 18% higher than the $68,046 salary the survey listed as the national average.
The other regions that pay above the national average:
- New England
- Pacific Northwest
- Middle Southeast, and
- Middle Atlantic.
The lowest earning A/P managers (25% below the national average) are located in the Upper Mountain region, with an average salary of $51,333.
Other regions with A/P managers earning less than the national average:
- Lower Southeast
- Central Plains, and
- Great Lakes.
A little while back, we ran a story about a study on A/P directors’ salaries. Many CFODailyNews readers didn’t agree with the findings of the study.
We’re asking for your feedback once more. Do the average salaries of A/P managers seem about right? Let us know in the comments section.